Mission Work & Programs

A Tribute to Homeland Orphanage and School in Uganda, Africa

Homeland Orphanage and School Homeland orphanage and nursery primary school was founded in 2009 in Mityana, Uganda in Africa. They serve 50 residential children and 57 from outside in homes of people who agreed to help adopt them from the orphanage. They have no financial sponsors except individuals who are moved to send via Western Union but no monthly support from any church or organization. They depend on the food they grow. They are currently trying to purchase the land on which they rent their housing facilities. They have turned part of their facilities into a school since they can’t afford to take their kids to different schools because they have no money to pay the fees for outside schools. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation or participating in our pen pal program to help give these children hope. Download the Homeland Orphanage and School brochure.

Serving over 120

Over 120 students and children are searved at the school and orphanage.

Christian Mission

The Orphanage and school was established in 2009
  • What is Homeland?

    Started in 2009 with five children and soon grew to 107 children. 50 children live at the orphanage and 57 children travel to the school. They have no financial sponsors except individuals who are moved to send via Western Union but no monthly support from any church or organization.

  • A Brief History

    Homeland Orphanage and school with GRACE Christian Fellowship founded in 2007 in Mityana, Uganda, Africa.

    Pastor Samuel Kayembia born in 1988 in Rwana. Pastor Samuel was also an orphan.

    Ssettimba Moses born in Mityana Uganda Africa Orphan. Moses lived on Streets of Mityana. Was brought to Christ through a friend named Mr. Samson. Has been friends with Pastor Samuel since 1990.

    34 years old.

  • Homeland Today

    Homeland supports 107 Children. 50 children live at Homeland and 57 children travel. Homeland has three toddler classes and eight teachers and three non-teaching staff. Homeland has some self sustainment by selling coffee that they raise on their own land. Their land for raising crop is 2 acers. Today children still are dropped of with no paperwork such as birth certificate and they are also in very poor health.

  • A Day at Homeland

    Let us now look at a typical day for a student of Homeland:

    • 6:00am– Awake
    • 7:30am to 8:00am - Prayer
    • 8:00am– Classes begin
    • 10:30am– Breakfast
    • 1:00pm– Lunch
    • 4:30pm– School ends
      (50 Children stay and 57 children leave.)
  • The Appeal

    "Homeland is a united enterprise for the Lord to win souls. We invite you to join us hand in hand to help bring these souls to the Lord,” says George. Through the Grace of God the reputation of Homeland has spread throughout Mityana, Uganda Africa However, Homeland continues to grow and is in need of funding. In addition, the Mission is also in need of additional teachers and caregivers.

    We would ask that you prayerfully consider whether you could make Homeland a part of the mission outreach program of your church. We would also ask you to consider sending individuals to Homeland to provide mission work. This work could be in the form of teaching, as medical assistants, or in general construction work.

    In time, if the Lord so moves, perhaps we can visit Homeland as a small group.

    Perhaps some of your Sunday School children can write to the children of Homeland as ‘pen pals.”

    Let us come to your church or facility and present the story of Homeland.

Please consider making a tax-deductible donation or participating in our pen pal program to help give these children hope.

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